COVID-19 Online Traffic and Attack Data Report

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Life has changed dramatically since COVID-19 entered our lives. Previously unknown phrases like social distancing have become common parlance whilst working from home has become the norm.

Whether it’s implementing new mass remote working strategies, managing flows of traffic or securing corporate data, if COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s how quickly things can change.

Given Neustar’s position in providing navigation for internet requests made to the Domain Name System to threat detection and Distributed Denial of Service mitigations, the company has had a front row seat from which to observe the challenges posed by COVID-19.

In this white paper, we will consider what is different, both in terms of traffic in general and in cyber-attacks specifically. We will contrast these findings with what we have seen in 2019 and even 2018, to get a clearer picture of just how much things have changed.

Key takeaways:

  • Learn how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted and changed the nature of data security and movement
  • Gain insight into the various challenges the health crisis has brought about and how organisations can adapt

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